This Historic Village In Connecticut Offers The Perfect Way To Spend An Afternoon
In much of New England, you can see historical artifacts. Old white Puritan churches are still standing in many of our little towns. Historic buildings abound, often now housing newer businesses. One attraction in Connecticut where you can actually see history come to life, though, is Seaport Village in Mystic. This is a 19th-century New England seaside town, with all the buildings you’d expect to see lining the streets. Shipsmiths, wood carvers, and more are all here. Strolling through the streets of this historic village will make you feel like you stepped into a time machine!
Have you visited Seaport Village in Mystic, Connecticut? Share your experiences in the comments!
This museum in Connecticut provides a great way to experience history that’s more interactive than reading a textbook! For more information about the museum or to see a list of buildings in Seaport Village, check out the Mystic Seaport Museum’s website.
Address: Mystic Seaport, Stonington, CT 06355, USA
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